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stories of sandy hook elementary school. we heard of a third grader describe screams being heard over the intercom system. we heard about a gym teacher to huddle together a number of her students in the gym to keep them safe but at this point, again, important to note for the viewer that is details about the tragedy continue to trickle in. and that it is at this point a fairly complex story. three scenes, one in hoboken, one here at the elementary school and getting a picture above in newtown and the other not so far away, we found out from justice correspondent pete williams about 15 or 20 minutes ago a family member of ryan lanza, the 24-year-old, the gunman, according to authorities, walked in to his mother's classroom and opened fire around 9:30 this morning. but we're told that nearby, near the school, another family member of lanza's was found dead before this. so at this point, law enforcement trying to connect the dots but we know based on reports we have heard on the ground, folks who are in law enforcement, as well, we do know that he walked in to classroom in all black. at
. that's one thing. but in this context, in the wake of the sandy hook tragedy and people are upset about guns in the community, about gun owners, about people like nancy lanza, i think when you publish people's names and addresses in that way, in that context, you really make them in to targets and that's unfair. i'm reminded of tom perielo running for re-election someone published what they thought was home address on a blog locally and a person went to that address and cut the gas line there. it was actually his brother's house who had children. fortunately, they were out and thank god no one was injured but i think you have to be really careful and again that was publicly known information but opening people up to be targets like that and treetding them like criminals, they're not sex offenders. they're law- >> biding people that went to the trouble -- >> isn't there an issue with if you're moving in to a neighborhood, if you're moving in to a community, isn't that a valuable piece of information to know potentially if you have children or raising them -- >> steve, let me respond to t
that's kind of where i'm at with it. >> peter, help me understand something. everybody thought sandy was going to drag the jobs numbers into a horrible place. that didn't happen at all. why not? >> well, simply by way not everybody -- my forecast was a lot higher than the consensus. >> true. >> unusual. >> yeah, you were optimistic. >> i was optimistic. the reason is a lot of people and areas hit were not like the gulf coast of mississippi. they were a prosperous neighborhoods of people on salary. now, the houses were devastated and i feel terrible for them, but they're in the jobs if they can't make it to work for a week, they don't go on the unemployment rolls. what's more is almost from day one you put people to work cleaning up. all the national guardsmen arrive. they go on the government payroll, and if they stay a couple of weeks employers replace them. they put somebody else on the payroll. there were ordinarily hourly workers who didn't get to work and filed for unemployment, but by and by this is not an unemployment creator. >> you know, jared, i have a question for you here
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